Roma Flights GuideRoma, Italy is most famous for its architectural masterpieces like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain. As one of the world's oldest cities, Roma holds the key to countless pieces of history dating back to the Roman Empire. St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City is also the most attended site in all of Rome and is an especially important symbol of the Catholic Church. In addition to these incredible sites, the city has such a lively culture, teeming with music, art, and some of the best cuisine in the world!
Public Transport in Rome relies on buses, trams, and the metro. Tickets for each of these can be bought at their respective locations at reasonable prices. Eurail also connects all the countries in the EU, allowing you to explore beyond the boundaries of not only Rome, but Italy as well!
Temperatures in Rome fluctuate, reaching lows of 8? in the winter time and 27? in the summer. Rome experiences most of its rainfall in the winter when the weather is cooler. The best time to visit Rome would be during the spring or fall, as the summers can get very hot and humid. Most of the sites in Rome are best enjoyed on foot, meaning that temperatures should be comfortable to ensure maximum enjoyment.
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